In Nepal, more than 30 people were killed due to floods and landslides
The Nepalese authorities called on the population in settlements near the rivers to move to safe zones, as the rains will continue.
In Nepal, at least 32 people were killed, 12 injured and 17 missing as a result of floods and landslides caused by heavy rains that hit the country on Thursday evening. About it reports Xinhua with reference to data of the local Ministry of Internal Affairs on Saturday, July 13.
It is noted that the disaster affected the 21 districts of Nepal. The authorities managed to evacuate 831 people at the moment. At the same time, almost 28,000 police officers are ready to conduct a rescue operation in different parts of the country.
The Ministry of the interior has called on people living in settlements near rivers to move to safe zones, as the rains will continue until Sunday.
Recall that in China, more than 60 people were killed in the ongoing rains and floods caused by them in the South and East of the country, 14 people are missing.
Earlier this week, a severe flood was reported in Spain. Streams of water washed away cars from the road, one person was lost.